Durian rot disease

RaiThep warns farmers to watch out for diseases of durian, invading orchards, indicating rain, high humidity, heavy risk factors Clear the fungal pathogens, destroy the fruit inside the bark. Disinfect the skin surface, can not overcome rot Suggestions X-rays, frequently before and after harvesting Eliminate the disease outside the plot Dip the fruit in a desiccant to prevent the plants to dry before exporting. Cut the rot disease cycle. Ready to open a plant clinic for advice

Fruit rot disease is usually found after harvesting by mold. The causes of rot rot include Phytophthora Mivora, which can prevent and reduce damage if the field is treated according to the instructions. Especially in plots with stem rot and stem rot in the plots. However, there are some fungi that can cause post-harvest rot symptoms. But the main cause is usually found after post-harvest rot caused by Lazio diploid thiobromy and foamopsis. In the area of ​​durian planting in the eastern and southern regions of Thailand Therefore, in order to prevent and reduce damage from durian rot disease, especially during this time of day, in hot weather And high humidity due to rain Farmers should be more vigilant before and after the harvest.

➤ RaiThep suggests ways to prevent / fix:
1. Care for post-harvest durian products To collect the rotten fruit that has fallen in the garden
2. Destroy outside the garden if 1 rotten fruit is found on the tree or the garden with severe rot and root rot disease.
3. Spray the fruit by using 1 sachet of Rai Thep per 100-150 liters of water by spraying Rai Thep every 10-15 days / 30 days before harvesting the durian.
4. Transportation by cold storage at a temperature of 15 degrees Celsius will reduce the damage caused by rotting symptoms.

Fungi causing fungal diseases can be spread by wind and rain. Including diseased plant residues in the field Therefore, it is recommended that farmers keep an eye on durian gardens, especially during this time when weather is a high risk factor for post-harvest rot disease. Importantly, after harvesting, the durian fruit should not be placed in direct contact with the soil. And transportation must be done with care to avoid the wounds and bumps of the durian.

However, if there is any doubt about the prevention and eradication of rot disease, call: 098-280-8200.



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